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Harold C. Schonberg
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Sonata

This is the term used to identify a type of music that is a singing, nuanced, fluffy, polite, and melodic approach developed after Bach's death when his heavy style fell into disfavor.

Contrapuntal style

This is the term used for a form of music also called counterpoint, in which several simultaneous melodies are woven together into a harmonious whole that was fostered by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Style galant

This is the French term used to describe the musical technique principally occurring in the third quarter of the 18th century which featured a return to classical simplicity.

Fugue

This is the name of a term used to describe a form of music in which themes successively repeat.

Piano

This is the name of the instrument that was invented by Bartolommeo Cristofori.

Legato

This is the term used to describe a form of playing that means connected consecutive notes...

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